So recently I read in an interview that it was supposedly beneficial to sleep with a metronome on all night. Has anyone on this forum tried it, and if so is their any "side effects" I should be wary of?
If the c in click was lower case, I'd understand, but it seems that you either need glasses or to ponder the fate of your wretched soulPocket-full-of-gold said:Man.....did I misread the title of this thread or what.
Yeah this was my main concern, and the reason I wanted to ask around first. I never really intended to do this (especially long term), I just thought it might be an interesting idea to help improve my internal metronome.At what tempo would you listen? Getting one tempo locked into your subconscious could harm your ability to lock into other tempos.
Haha, I thought of the same thing the moment I hit "Submit Thread".Man.....did I misread the title of this thread or what.
I'm not sold, but if you think it might help, what have you got to loose by giving it a shot?
I also did this when learning songs years ago (though I think what made me memorise them off was consciously listening to them).When I wanted to learn a new song I used to sleep with my headphones in with the song on repeat. It worked for me.